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- This status enables the holder to reside , carry out the research and work in Spain;
- the holder can bring his/her husband/wife, children under 18 years old and children over 18 and ascendants if they are financially dependent on the holder;
- quick procedure: only 20 days to finish the administrative process.
If you have a permit/visa for research in an EU country, you may conduct research and teach in Spain if you fulfil certain requirements. If the duration of your stay in Spain is shorter than 180 days in a 360-day period, you are subject to short-term mobility rules. If the duration of your stay in Spain is longer than 180 days, you are subject to the rules governing long-term mobility.
Short-term mobility Procedure
Spain applies a notification procedure: the notification must be done by the research
entities established in other EU countries
to the Unidad de Grandes Empresas y Colectivos Estratégicos (Large Business and Strategic Groups Unit), as it is stated in article 72.5 of Law 14/2013.
Notifications can be done at two different moments:
- either with the first application to do research in a EU country,
- or, once the first application accepted, as soon as the researcher knows about the mobility project.
- A valid travel document;
- the authorisation issued by the first EU country;
- a hosting agreement or contract signed in the first EU country, specifying its duration and estimated dates for the mobility period;
- proof of health insurance and enough economic resources for him/her and his/her family, as stated in article 62.3 of Law 14/2013.
- 15,76 €
- Family members, who wish to accompany the researcher, can apply at the same time as the researcher, or later.
- They have to fulfil the general requirements described in article 62 of the Law 14/2013.
All requirements and procedures are the same as for short-term mobility. The law does not make a difference between them.